2013 Jayfeather 242
In general we like this trailer. I'm a bit disappointed in Jayco though, based on their reputation for quality. Typically spend weeks to months at a time on the road. Bought it new based on the quality reputation. Just got back from another 2 months and 5000 mile trip. The shelf under the kitchen sink collapsed. Discovered that the wood support strip intended to hold up the back of the shelf had a single screw in the middle and the strip simply pivoted around that screw - which allowed the thin shelving to simply dump everything off. Easy fix - cut some 1X2's to the right length for the shelf height and used double sided tape (since I couldn't get a screw or nail into that tight spot) to prop the shelf up on the side and back. The shelf under the bathroom sink had large gaps that would allow anything placed on it to simply drop out the bottom of the trailer. Found that before any travel but it took a little effort to cut a pattern to plug that gap. Paneling inside has fallen off. Not a serious problem but irritating.
On the plus side, nothing major has gone wrong. It is extremely comfortable - particularly after we changed the mattress for a memory foam one. The biggest plus is that I can haul it behind my Nissan Frontier - a small but sturdy truck that fits in my garage.
2013 Jayco Jayfeather Ultra Lite 242